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average scale score
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1
District of Columbia (DCPS)
District of Columbia (DCPS)>011725520451
2
San Diego
San Diego>161124020139
3
Austin
Austin>19824921039
4
Dallas
Dallasx015323720036
5
Atlanta
Atlantax112525121536
6
Houston
Houstonx112524320934
7
Charlotte
Charlottex112524421232
8
Albuquerque
Albuquerquex112523120130
 
Large city
Large city 311623220329
9
Los Angeles
Los Angelesx213322519628
10
New York City
New York Cityx213323520728
11
Chicago
Chicagox312322920127
12
Boston
Bostonx312324121427
13
Philadelphia
Philadelphiax214221719126
14
Fresno
Fresnox313221619026
 
National public
National public<711223020524
15
Hillsborough County (FL)
Hillsborough County (FL)<710124222319
16
Milwaukee
Milwaukee<711021619818
17
Miami-Dade
Miami-Dade<126024022217
18
Cleveland
Cleveland<144020919613
19
Jefferson County (KY)
Jefferson County (KY)<15302302219
N/A
Detroit
Detroit199
N/A
Baltimore City
Baltimore City221
‡ Reporting standards not met.
Black includes African American, and Hispanic includes Latino. Race categories exclude Hispanic origin.
The 2017 assessed sample for Dallas in grade 4 reading was not representative of the target population for two major reporting groups: Hispanic and English language learner students. Assessed samples in Dallas for other grades and subjects in 2017 were unaffected.
NOTE: DCPS = District of Columbia Public Schools. National public and Large city are not included in sorting the jurisdictions. Score differences are calculated based on differences between unrounded scores.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 Reading Assessment.